Get AOMEI Backupper Professional free to celebrate World Backup Day

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Regular backups are the best way to protect your files from loss – whether it's from a hardware failure, ransomware attack, theft, or accidental damage. 

To mark World Backup Day, which takes place on March 31st, AOMEI is giving TechRadar readers the opportunity to download its premium software (opens in new tab) AOMEI Backupper Professional completely free. Just follow this link (opens in new tab) to choose which backup software suits your needs best.

You must register your software between March 18th and April 2nd to take advantage of this special offer, so act quickly.

You can also choose to get backup software for your iOS devices, or backup your data securely to the cloud.

Protect your files

With AOMEI Backupper Professional, you can back up anything on your PC – the entire system, a partition, or specific files or folders. You can also clone a whole drive, including your operating system, making it easy to transfer everything to a new hard drive.

Restoring your backed up data is simple too, whether you want everything or just certain files. Everything is explained with clear step-by-step instructions.

AOMEI Backupper Professional also offers tools for checking the integrity of a backup image, creating bootable rescue media (such as a DVD or USB drive), merging multiple incremental backups, and mounting an image to a virtual partition for browsing.

World backup day

World Backup Day serves as a reminder of the importance of making regular backups. It doesn't take much for your important files to be lost, and once they're gone they can be impossible to restore. You never know when disaster might strike.

We store a huge amount of our professional and personal lives digitally, and a regular backup plan is the only way to make sure they're properly protected.

Daryl Baxter
Software & Downloads Writer

Daryl had been freelancing for 3 years before joining TechRadar, now reporting on everything software-related. In his spare time he's written a book, 'The Making of Tomb Raider', alongside podcasting and usually found playing games old and new on his PC and MacBook Pro. If you have a story about an updated app, one that's about to launch, or just anything Software-related, drop him a line.